Friday, June 7, 2013

Freebie: Labels for Organizing CCSS Math Assessments, Printables and More!


Continuing with the organizing, I want to bring to the table something that I’ve had in the works for 2 whole years! When the CCSS came out, I had solidified an idea in my mind as to how I would organize assessments for each standard, starting with math. I knew there were tons—an understatement—of great resources on the internet out there and if I’m going to have them I need to organize them in order to use them. Are you with me?
So, I took the math CCSS and put them into labels. Then I put them on folders. I just used any folders which are more functional than beautiful; file folders inside handing files.
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I like how the standards all line up behind their own domain.
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If I printed some cards, I put them into a zip-top bag before putting it in its place. Bulkier items like this is the reason why I have each manila file folder (read standard here) in its own handing file folder.
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I need to purchase more file folders for geometry.
Here’s a peek of the file, but no worries because it is a freebie!
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This 1-page document is to be printed on return address labels, but since I made this 2 years ago I cannot remember exactly which brand of return address labels I used. If you know of a brand that worked for you, please help another teacher and post a comment about it below—TIA!


2 comments:

  1. I love the name of your blog! I am impressed with your organization.

    Cheers,
    Mrs. Harris
    Mrs. Harris Teaches Science!

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    1. Thanks and thanks! Glad you stopped by! I'm off to check out your blog.

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